Definition of Pieris protodice

1. Noun. Common North American form of cabbage butterfly.

Exact synonyms: Southern Cabbage Butterfly
Generic synonyms: Cabbage Butterfly

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pieris Protodice

Piedmont glacier
Piedmont type of glacier
Pier Luigi Nervi
Pieris floribunda
Pieris japonica
Pieris protodice
Pieris rapae
Pierre-Paul Broca
Pierre Abelard
Pierre Athanase Larousse
Pierre Auguste Renoir
Pierre Boulez
Pierre Charles L'Enfant
Pierre Corneille
Pierre Curie
Pierre Joseph Proudhon
Pierre Laporte Bridge
Pierre Larousse
Pierre Simon de Laplace

Literary usage of Pieris protodice

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1. Annual Report by Entomological Society of Ontario, Ontario. Dept. of Agriculture (1894)
"... seek to offer a substitute for the lack of numerical strength. A RE-APPEARANCE OF pieris protodice BOISD. By J. Alston Moffat, London, Ont. On the 18th ..."

2. The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist by Natural History Society of Montreal (1857)
"pieris protodice. Plate vi., fig. 3, male ; 4, female ; 5, female underside. pieris protodice, Boisduval and Leconte, Ico., &c., des Lepidop- teres, &c., ..."

3. The Butterflies of the Eastern United States: For the Use of Classes in by George Hazen French (1914)
"pieris protodice, imago, male 108 24. pieris protodice, imago, female 108 25. pieris protodice, larva and pupa 109 26. Pieris Oleracea-hiemalis, imago and ..."

4. Economic Entomology for the Farmer and the Fruit Grower, and for Use as a by John Bernhard Smith (1896)
"Fig. 261, Pieris rapie, female. Fig. 262, a, larva; *, chrysalis of Pieris rapie. Fig. 263, pieris protodice, male. Fig. 264, pieris protodice, female. Fig. ..."

5. Annual Report by Entomological Society of Ontario, Ontario. Dept. of Agriculture (1899)
"Another interesting butterfly found here and both at Chatham and Leamington was pieris protodice. At the two latter places it is the common white butterfly, ..."

6. Bibliography of the More Important Contributions to American Economic Entomology by United States Bureau of Entomology, Nathan Banks, Samuel Henshaw (1895)
"... Saperda bivittata [z=candida],Chrysobothris femorata and pieris protodice; figures of the same, with suggestions of remedies; brief notes on ..."

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